Flyers Energy now owns more than 300 automated fueling stations in 15 states.
Flyers Energy LLC has completed acquisition of the Quick Fuel automated fueling network from Milwaukee-based Jacobus Energy for an undisclosed price. With the addition of these 49 Quick Fuel sites, the total number of Flyers fueling locations now stands at more than 300.
The new Flyers sites comprise a network of automated fueling stations in 15 states. Located along major trucking routes throughout the Midwest and Southern U.S., the network has concentrations around Milwaukee, Atlanta, Dallas and central Florida. Flyers has hired existing Quick Fuel staff members to continue their work and plans to keep the Quick Fuel name.
“The customer experience won’t change. Quick Fuel has a strong regional brand identity and we have plans to expand throughout the country with more automated fueling sites,” said Flyers COO, Ken Dwelle.
Flyers has grown its reach through fuel and lubricant company acquisitions over the last two decades. Managing Partner, Walt Dwelle added “Our vision for commercial fueling growth was to own or control sites from coast to coast.”
The newly-acquired fueling locations are in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Iowa, Kansas, Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, Missouri and Ohio. Jacobus Energy retained their delivered fuels and heating and cooling services divisions.
Flyers-owned convenience stores were sold in August of 2017 to what was then called Andeavor. Flyers Energy is a wholesale fuel marketer.